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File:Jane Barlow from The Mouth March 1897.jpg|thumb|Jane Barlow '''Jane Barlow''' (17 April 1857 – 17 April 1917) was an Irish people|Irish novelist, noted for her poems describing the lives of the Irish peasantry, chiefly about Lisconnel and Ballyhoy, in relation to both landlords and the Irish potato famine.
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Birth nameJane Barlow
Birth date17 April 1857
Birth placeClontarf, Dublin|Clontarf, County Dublin, Ireland
Death date17 April 1917
Death placeBray, County Wicklow
OccupationWriter
NationalityIrish
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a. c. doyle, kipling collection (library of congress, william carleton, john banim , jane barlow, george h. jessop, samuel lover , william black, r. l . stevenson, louise de la ramée, john strange winter, beatrice harraden, s. j. weyman , hesba stretton , wilkie collins , anthony hope, thomas hardy, angelo lewis, a . b. edwards, w. f . robinson, charles reade, percy hemingway , w. c. scully, j . landers, grant allen , g. b. o'halloran , rudyard kipling , walter besant, w. c . russell, aytoun , walter scott, ian maclaren, s. r . crockett, james matthew barrie, netta syrett, morley roberts , mary beaumont, r. k . douglas, mitford , marie corelli, i . zangwell, arthur morrison, f. anstey , anthony trollope , laurence oliphant, a . m. f. robinson, w. e . norris, james payn , h. r. haggard
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